NW of Lansdowne Avenue/Dupont Street
M. 4.58 Canadian Pacific Railway crossing; interlocking. (B.T.C. 47436)
Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. at mileage 5.27—Interlocked.
|1898-03c||2 Semaphores South of Davenport. North and South of Diamond Crossing of Canadian Pacific Railway. Worked by signalman at Diamond, for protection of trains passing over DiamondInstructions Regarding the Use of Semaphores (Grand Trunk Railway of Canada) pg. 54|
not interlockedin time tableCN.CR.SOD.TT.33.
|1931||C.P.Ry. installs Union table interlocker Style "TC" (three levers) for control of the Davenport Diamond in the elevated cabin at Symington AvenueSignaling Construction During 1931, Railway Signaling Vol. 25, January 1932, pg. 4; Signaling Change on Canadian Pacific, Railway Signaling Vol. 30, December 1937, pg. 687. It appears that the levers were assigned as follows:
interlockedin time tableCN.CR.SOD.TT.59. Operated from
|1936c||C.P.Ry. adds lever to Davenport interlocking for control of approach signal 49(4L) on the westward main to facilitate movement of trains between Lambton yard and northward on the MacTier SubdivisionSignaling Change on Canadian Pacific, Railway Signaling Vol. 30, December 1937, pg. 687.|
|1950-09-26||C.P.Ry. revisions to home signals Davenport at Davenport approvedB.T.C. Order No. 752265|
Andrew Merrilees collection / NAC / B-009501
|Looking south across diamond crossing between the single track C.N.Rys. Newmarket Subdivision and double track C.P.Ry. North Toronto Subdivision. A tank car, gondola and two box cars have been spotted at the Galena Signal Oil Company of Canada opposite the "signal house".|
|Union Style "TC" table interlocker and mimic panel, which were located in the Symington Ave gateman's towerSignaling Change on Canadian Pacific, Railway Signaling Vol. 30, December 1937, pg. 687.|